The Wolfpack

In-Person vs. Virtual Learning

Making the choice to come back or stay home took a lot of consideration; from the learning environment to extracurriculars and to the protection of family members. “Extracurriculars had a huge impact on my decision, ” senior color guard captain Zoe Courtade said. “I feel an obligation to my team, directors and younger members to help them through these times and be there anyway I can. I want to be back on campus so I can teach my freshmen in person, and get to know all my members more personally. I would be missing out if I chose to do virtual [learning].”

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

September 10, 2020

With the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) plan guidelines to reopen schools in July and LISD trustees’ approval of the phase-in on-campus learning TEA waiver, students who chose in-person learning began returning to campus Sept. 8.  During the first phase, Sept. 8-18 for high school campuses, freshmen, s...

In-Person

September 10, 2020

One of the determining factors students, like sophomore Santiago Martinez, considered when choosing between virtual and in-person learning was the environment. Ultimately, Martinez saw the lack of an adequate learning space in his house too much of a hindrance.  “I chose the in-person classes because I j...

Virtual

September 10, 2020

In the same way, students who chose in-person learning considered their surrounding environment, virtual learning students also factored their surroundings into their final decision. “In-person school is essentially what I would do at home, just with substantial infection risk and less comfortable ...

Taking the Lead

Smiling, senior Lindsay Doves poses for the camera. Dove has played eight theatre roles in her high school career, all varying in genre. However her favorite was Elle Woods in

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

May 22, 2020

As the curtains rise, she checks for all her props and costumes one last time and takes a deep breath. When she walks out of the wings and as steps on stage, she transforms into Dorothy or Ursula or Ambrosia Jekyll.   Senior Lindsay Dove has played eight theatre roles in her high school career,...

The Most Important Book This Year

One of the three covers of the 2019-2020 yearbook is displayed.

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2020

Walking past room 2102 on A days at 12:33 p.m. the clicking of keys and periodical flow of students leaving and entering the room was a common sight. These 25 students spent 65 A days filling the 2020 Tracks Yearbook, and by March 13, most of the pages were ready for a final look. When Leander ISD ...

Look Out Broadway, Here Comes Evan Vines

Addie Dawson, Reporter

January 29, 2020

  Reporter Addie Dawson sits down to speak to senior Evan Vines about his involvement in the theatre's latest musical "A Gentleman's Guide To Love And Murder" and his plans for theatre in the future....

Aiming High

Walking towards her family, senior varsity basketball captain, Takara Holst, smiles while holding her scholarship check on Jan. 23. Holst received the scholarship as part of the KVUE Scholar Athlete of the Month Program.

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

January 27, 2020

When the buzzer rang, Nixon shooting drills occurring in the competition gym stopped. Coach Ott entered and less than two minutes later, an ambush of people flooded the gym on Jan. 23.  One of them was Jeff Jones, sports anchor for KVUE. Following him was lead lawyer at Lorenz & Lorenz, Ted Lorenz, holding a giant check granting senior varsity basketball captain, Takara Holst, a $...

NFL Championship Sunday Podcast

Justin Ballou, Addy Bates, and Noah Hedges

January 16, 2020

Listen to senior reporters Justin Ballou, Addy Bates and Noah Hedges preview and predict Sunday's AFC and NFC Championship games....

NFL Playoffs – Divisional Round Preview

Justin Ballou, Addy Bates, and Noah Hedges

January 10, 2020

Listen to senior reporters Justin Ballou, Addy Bates and Noah Hedges preview and predict the NFL Playoffs Divisional Round....

Court is in Session

Justin Ballou and Addie Dawson

December 19, 2019

 Reporters Justin Ballou and Addie Dawson talk with seniors Matthew Minor and Takara Holst from the boys and girls basketball teams to discuss the 2019-2020 seasons...

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